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I have a friend who is stopping by later today that has an unfired never assembled field grade (I think) Remington 3200 for sale. He asked me to help him try to sell it online. I thought I would give my friends here on trapshooters a heads up. He thinks it was bought new in 1974. Anyone out there interested or knows of some one who would be? Thanks.
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I have additional information on the gun. It is a field grade 3200 that was purchased new in 1974. It has 26" barrels and is fixed choked at improved cylinder and modified. The gun has never been assembled so of course it has never been fired. There is also a Remington 3200 "Society Pin" that will come with it. It is a three colored enameled pin.
The owner is asking $3,000 for the gun. I have three pictures that I can E-mail if you would like. Thanks for looking
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I think a like new one that may have never been fired sold on here recently for under $1500 with the more desirable 30" barrels. Some pictures may help though.

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I agree his price is way too much, but I agreed to post it for him.
There are no updates done. It was made in 1973-74 and has not even been assembled since it was bought.
 

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Just for comparison, it was just a few years ago that I "acquired" a "never assembled" 3200, one of 1000 for just $1900.00. Someone would need a field model awfully bad to fill a collection or whatever at 3 grand. Just my opinion - of which I have many and some aren't too weird!.....breakemall
 

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Is Blue Book right? IT's says a 3200 Field with 26" barrels at 100% is $1,250.00? From BLUE BOOK:
MODEL 3200 FIELD:
- 12 ga., 26, 28, or 30 in. barrels, VR, various chokes, boxlock, auto ejectors, single selective trigger, checkered pistol grip stock, separated barrels. Mfg. 1973-77.
Grading 100% 98% 95% 90% 80% 70% 60%
$1,250 $1,050 $975 $900 $850 $800 $750

100% values listed for Model 3200s assume NIB condition - subtract 10%-15% if without box, warranty card, and original shipping container (with packing materials).

During 1998-2000, the custom shop once again manufactured a limited amount of the Model 3200 from existing parts (parts cleanup).
Model 3200s with shorter barrels (26 or 28 in.) and open choking are more desirable than 30 in. tubes bored F/M.
MODEL 3200 serialization is as follows: 1973 - 4,200-16,667; 1974 - 16,668-27,393; 1975 - 27,394-35,303; 1976 - 35,304-39,216; 1977 - 39,217-41,432; 1978 - 41,433-42,813; 1979 - 42,814-44,278; 1980 - 44,279-45,504; 1981 - 45,505-45,974; 1982 - 45,975-47,200; 1983 - 47,201-47,308. Dave T.
 

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Two years ago I bought an unfired 3200 Special Trap, monte carlo stock, 30 inch barrels, choked full & full, serial number 35XXX. This fits the serial number range, but not the description. Also, I paid $1800 for the gun.

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Back in 1966 I bought a brand new Pontiac GTO with vinyl top, red line tires, 4 speed transmission, bucket seats, radio, and expensive hubcaps.
$2632 cash.
 
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